Quality Assurance- 2019
April 25th -- Quality Assurance Junior Class 4-H Age 8-11 4:30 @ WCREC
May 21st -- Quality Assurance All Ages 1:00pm @ WCREC
June 6th -- Quality Assurance All Ages 6:30pm @ WCREC
Youth Quality Assurance Online course can be found at- http://yqca.learngrow.io Quality Assurance - Instructions4-H youth ages 8-18, who are enrolled in a livestock project (beef, dairy cattle, dairy goat, meat goat, poultry, rabbit, sheep, and swine) are required to complete three modules in the Livestock Quality Assurance Online CourseOnce you have completed the online version you need to turn in your certificate to the Extension office. You can do this in person, by Email, or by fax. IF you do not complete QA you cannot show at the County Fair or Nebraska State Fair/AK-SAR-BEN.
Premise Identification Numbers (PIN) are now required for each species with an Electronic ID (EID) Tag in order to show. This seven-digit number is obtained from the Neraska Department of Agriculture and is registered with the National Animal Identification System (NAIS). This must be recorded on your animal affidavits. To get a Premise ID you need to call 1-800-572-2437. Click here for the flyer.
Online Pre Fair Entries
Pre-entry is required for all 4-H static exhibits for county fair, as well as all animal projects including: Horses, Sheep, Swine, Beef, Goats, Poultry, Companion Animals, Rabbits, Dogs, and is due by 5:00 P.M. July 1st.
A pre-entry for must be completed for EACH item a 4-H'er enters and for each contest or event in which he/she participates in.
THE SAME ANIMAL CANNOT BE SHOWN IN BOTH OPEN CLASS AND 4-H.]
- Agronomy-Field Crop-Weed Range
- Animal General Rules
- Dairy Cattle
- Dog-Small Animal
- Fashion Show
- Foods - Preservation
- Forestry/Conservation Wildlife
- Home Environment
- Human Development
- Quilt Quest
- Science, Engineering, and Technology
- Shooting Sports
- Shopping in Styler-Financial Futures
- Veterinary Science
Lincoln County 4-H Food Stand
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link to sign up to work the 4-H Food Stand: http://signup.com/go/WjJvazW
(GIVE IT A MINUTE TO LOAD!!)
2) Review the options listed and choose the shifts you would like your 4-H Club or individual 4-H Members/Volunteers to work.
3) Sign up to help in the 4-H Food Stand is very EASY! - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Review the guidelines and encourage 4-H members to help in the Food Stand. We ask that clubs/groups DO NOT spilt a 3-hour shift.
● Your club/group should provide adult volunteers & 4-H members for each shift. The adults will help oversee the cash register and reinforce specific responsibilities.
● Wear a 4-H t-shirt when working in the Food Stand. NO tank tops or open toed shoes can be worn while working by youth or adults. We would prefer tennis shoes be worn.
● No FREE food or drinks.
● 4-H members/ adults with long hair MUST have their hair pulled back. Bandanas and/or ball caps will be required while working in the food stand.
● Everyone must wash their hands before working.
● Turn cell phones OFF during your shift.
● Please plan to be at the food stand 10 or 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled shift.
If you have questions contact a 4-H Council Member or Brenda Aufdenkamp, 308-532-2683
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact the Extension Office, 308-532-2683 and we will sign you and your 4-H group up.
Lincoln County Fair Volunteers
Use the following website to learn how to volunteer in the area of your interest. Call the Extension Office if you have any questions , (308) 532-2683.